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Importance Family Support Groups

Importance Family Support Groups

Addiction is a family health crisis with a need for support for everyone affected. In the pursuit of recovery for a loved one, you may overlook the need for care and encouragement for yourself, your spouse, and other family members. Let’s look at how finding and...

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The Power of Positive Thinking

The Power of Positive Thinking

Think positive. It's a phrase we've all heard before, and it's a concept that can be applied to many different aspects of our lives. But when it comes to addiction recovery, thinking positively is essential. This guide will discuss the power of positive thinking and...

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Grounding Techniques for Panic Attacks

Grounding Techniques for Panic Attacks

Grounding techniques for panic attacks can help people with substance use disorders protect their recovery. They work by distancing you from flashbacks, negative emotions, and unwelcome memories. Panic attacks can be devastating, especially to someone in recovery. For...

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7 Ways to Communicate Better in Your Relationships

7 Ways to Communicate Better in Your Relationships

Unhealthy relationships are typically marked by consistent, destructive behaviors. As communication is a form of behavior, aggressive communication or a lack of effective communication can impact a relationship negatively. If your primary relationships right now seem...

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How Does EMDR Work?

How Does EMDR Work?

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) relies on eye movements to process and release traumatic memories. As these memories have been stored in the brain in a specific way, their resurfacing tends to make a person feel like they’re reliving the same...

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What Medications Can I Take in Recovery?

What Medications Can I Take in Recovery?

Both over-the-counter (OTC) products and prescription medications can pose a problem for people in recovery. At a time when the focus is on learning how to stay sober, it’s essential to use caution in using substances that may interfere with your recovery or become a...

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How to Support a Loved One with an Eating Disorder

How to Support a Loved One with an Eating Disorder

The name "eating disorder" tends to imply that food is the issue for a person. The truth is, the act of eating (or not eating) becomes an outward behavior connected to what's motivating it underneath. Eating disorder support can be helpful when recognizing how to...

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Mental Health Care in Texas: What You Need to Know

Mental Health Care in Texas: What You Need to Know

 A shortage of mental health workers may make it difficult for a loved one of yours to find mental health care in Texas. A lack of access to mental health care can become a lasting barrier to treatment for those who desperately need it. One resource for mental health...

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Mood Disorders: What You Need to Know

Mood Disorders: What You Need to Know

Mood disorders are mental health conditions that involve changes in how a person feels, thinks, and handles daily activities. There are several types of mood disorders, each with its own set of symptoms. This blog post will discuss four common types of mood disorders:...

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Benefits of IOP after Detox

Benefits of IOP after Detox

Going to detox or residential treatment is an essential first step to recovery when suffering from a substance use disorder. This step needs to be followed up with a plan to continue recovery, not simply to stop drinking or using drugs for a short time. One effective...

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